BIG News! Mario Genovese appointed to lead 3-week prominent Asian Table Tennis Union training camp in New Delhi, India
Fantastic news! HiTT Malta Table Tennis Academy Head Coach Mario Genovese has been appointed by the Asian Table Tennis Union to lead the “Aim for the Stars” South Asian Training Camp in New Delhi, India. This is a great opportunity for Mario, to further strengthen his coaching reputation and also for his personal satisfaction. We asked him for a comment on his feelings after hearing the amazing news and this is what he had to
HiTT Malta Table Tennis Academy had yet another busy summer. After the successful training camp in The Netherlands, it was time to visit Iaonnina again. Between the 27th August and 1st of September 2019, our Head Coach Mario Genovese and Assistant Coach Sascha Genovese accompanied a group of talented young HiTT players on this trip to Greece. Back to Greece The Iaonnina training camp has become a yearly appointment for our Academy due to the benefits reaped by
3 important medals for our players in the 1st Malta International Table Tennis Tournament in history – Players from 8 nations played 278 total matches in 4 days!
1 Silver, 2 Bronze medals and great performances all around for Maltese table tennis players in the 1st Malta International Table Tennis Tournament organised by the MTTA. Between Thursday 12th September and Sunday 15th September, a selection of Maltese players from all Academies banded together to represent our country in a competition that saw Juniors and Cadets from 8 nations battle it out at the University Sports Complex in Tal-Qroqq. And what a tournament that
Yet another amazing training opportunity for our students. On 3rd August 2019, a group of players from our academy took off to Rotterdam accompanied by HiTT Malta Head Coach Mario Genovese. They took part in a 7-day intensive table tennis training camp known as TT4YOU. The camp was held in Schiedam, a quiet city in the west of the Netherlands. Our students had the opportunity to train under top coaches from different countries. In total, 77
Like most individual sports, Table tennis is a mental game as much as it is physical. And this means that as a player, you should be flexing your brain muscles on a daily basis. If you manage to create the right balance between how you think and how to spring into action, then you’ll discover a recipe for success. This is what our guest, Sports Psychologist Dr Adele Muscat, spoke about to our young players.